According to the UCLA World Internet Project’s findings supported research collected from 2002 to 2003, in general, round the world men are more likely (in some countries, like Italy and Spain, far more likely) to use the web than women. However, in countries like the u. s., Sweden, and Taiwan, the ratio of men to women who use the net is sort of 1:1.
It is interesting to notice that in keeping with the study, the common Internet user watches less television than non-Internet user counterparts.
For example, within the us, Internet users watch 5.2 hours less television per week. Internet users also are more likely to spend time reading books and fascinating in social activities. They also tend to be more educated and have higher total household incomes.